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The Nest continued with the Gingerbread Man story this week concentrating on people we can trust.

The Nest have been reading The Gingerbread Man, learning importance of listening carefully & following instructions.The Gingerbread Man sets off on his own adventure,showing independence & self-resilience, encouraging the children to be confident in themselves and their abilities..

The Nest continued with the story of the Hungry Caterpillar this week focusing on eating right and that healthy food will help you grow fit and strong.

The Nest have been reading The Hungry Caterpillar this week, learning the days of the week, counting and the life cycle of a butterfly.

The Nest were introduced to the Rainbow Fish Story this week. The children understood the importance of sharing and the happiness sharing brings to yourself and others. They learnt how to build healthy relationships and resolve conflict.

In a heartwarming display of appreciation, the children in the TIA zone poured their creativity into crafting keepsakes for the cherished female caregivers in their lives for Mothers Day with their small hands and big hearts they made wonderful gifts. Happy Mothers Day 💕

The TIA celebrated St DavidsDay with a delightful fusion of culture and culinary joy. Engaging with our heritage through food it fostered a sense of belonging and strengthened bonds. Surrounded by laughter, love and aroma of sizzling Welsh cakes we found joy and fulfilment.

The TIA thought about ways in which they could be kind to others.

The TIA learnt about how our bodies can go into flight,fright or freeze responses because of a special part in our brain called the amygdala. It is like an alarm in your brain that is always making sure we are safe. We made a pinwheel to hep with our breathing techniques.

TIA learning to understand change and loss and remembering all those who fought and died in the line of duty. They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old, age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. We will remember them. Lest we forget.

TIA celebrating World food day making chocolate apples. Recognising their own abilities and achievements.

Conker-ing our emotions

Celebrating National Fitness Day with Yoga and dance.

Learning to recognise that everyone has a talent and something valuable to offer - We are unique!

Making gifts showing our love, gratitude and appreciation to all our wonderful male carers everywhere, through acts of kindness and the giving of our gifts

TIA celebrating Empathy Day. Empathy is the ability to experience and understand someone else’s feelings, it builds stronger, kinder communities. Empathy Day inspired the children to learn more about empathy, develop their empathy skills and put empathy into action. 😃

TIA connecting with nature. Biophillia supports cognitive function, physical health and psychological well-being. So go outdoors and surround yourself with nature 🦋🌞🌷🌳

TIA recognising how to look after ourselves with help of the mindful monsters. We are all special in our own unique way.

TIA practicing Meditation this helps calm one’s mind and body. Meditation also assists with improving concentration and focus, calming anxiety and reducing impulsivity, among other benefits.

TIA talking about their outer-self and inner-self, considering the kind of person they are and exploring the kind of person they would like to be..

TIA celebrating International Dance Day, dancing is a great way to improve your mood, reduces stress, improves flexibility, helps with coordination and spatial awareness, improves posture and increases energy levels....let’s getting dancing 💃🕺🏻

TIA making fruit kebabs, learning about healthy eating,they showed a “can do” attitude, taking a risk, engaging in new experiences and learning by trial and error,showing high levels of energy,fascination, persisting with activity when challenges occur,feeling proud of themselves

Making Mother’s Day gifts showing our love, gratitude and appreciation to all our wonderful female carers everywhere, through acts of kindness and the giving of our gifts.

Digital week we learnt some practical internet safety precautions to protect us from potentially harmful & inappropriate content & activities. Allowing us to make the most of online experiences, with its potential for learning,exploring,being creative and connecting with others

TIA celebrating Random Acts of Kindness Week. It’s a celebration of all the ways we can become a positive influence in each other’s lives. Even one small act of kindness can mean a great deal to somebody ❤️

This week is Children’s Mental Health Week. This year’s goal is about encouraging people to connect with others in healthy, rewarding and meaningful ways. When we have healthy connections to family, friends and others, this can support our mental health and our sense of wellbeing.

Learning how to keep our bodies healthy, healthy eating, drinking water, exercise, resting and washing regularly. Learning healthy habits from a young age is important as when we form and repeat habits,the chemical dopamine is released to the brain, causing a feeling of pleasure.

Celebrating Dydd Santes Dwynwen ❤️

TIA setting goals for the new year. This is important because it gives them a sense of purpose that can improve their confidence and build their self esteem. It also helps them to focus and make better decisions.

TIA cooking Christmas biscuits to mark the start of advent. Cooking helps improve our mood, the feeling of satisfaction gained when seeing the end product naturally enhances happiness.

TIA learning to connect with other people. Good relationships are really important for our wellbeing they help us build a sense of belonging and self worth.

Anti-bullying week in the TIA

TIA learning to understand change and loss and remembering all those who fought and died in the line of duty. They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old, age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. We will remember them. Lest we forget.

TIA practicing yoga which helps with self-control, reduces stress and anxiety, improves focus and attention span, trains fine and gross motor skills, builds strength and flexibility and teaches you how to regulate your emotions. Namastae 🙏

TIA celebrating World Food Day making biscuits. cooking is a form of nurturing, it builds bonds, helps with self esteem, it is a practice of mindfulness and is a form of self care.

Conker your emotions

TIA talking about the importance of families...

Learning to recognise that everyone has a talent and something valuable to offer.

Learning to recognise that everyone is different and to celebrate those differences.

Celebrating National Fitness Day

Remembering the life of Her Majesty the Queen and making sympathy cards for the Royal Family showing our respects.

TIA discussing our Hopes, Dreams and things we Believe we can and will Achieve.

TIA putting ourselves in someone else's shoes.

TIA talking about things that make us happy.

TIA remembering those who have fought and died for our country.

TIA boosting our mood with nature.

TIA practicing yoga, focusing on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing.

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